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English translation: de-Nazification court

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German term or phrase:Spruchgericht
English translation:de-Nazification court
Entered by: Gabriele Jabouri
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19:04 Jul 25, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
German term or phrase: Spruchgericht
Hello,

I'm wondering, whether "Spruchgericht" is the same as "Schiedsgericht"?

Here is the sentence:

"Ein internationaler Gerichtshof muss nicht nur als Schiedsgericht, sondern als Spruchgericht und Strafgericht fungieren."

This is from a treatise about international law, written in 1946, so it might be just old-fashioned terminology?

If "Spruchgericht" is different from "Schiedsgericht", what would be the English term?

Thanks very much in advance!
Gabriele
Gabriele Jabouri
Local time: 18:11
de-Nazification court
Explanation:
This would fit in with your historical context in 1946. See the web link.
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Paul Malone
France
Local time: 03:11
Grading comment
Thanks, that was rather surprising, but it fits.
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de-Nazification court


Explanation:
This would fit in with your historical context in 1946. See the web link.


    Reference: http://www.geocities.com/~orion47/NSDAP/GauDusseldorf.html
Paul Malone
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Local time: 03:11
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Grading comment
Thanks, that was rather surprising, but it fits.

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